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08 October 2010 ~ 0 Comments

TONIGHT! Heart on Seattle The Mountain 103,7FM

Ann in the Studio

Heart live in the Mountain Music Lounge will be broadcast at 3:15pm (Pacific Time) Friday, October 8th @ 3:15pm.

3 ways to access the broadcast:

•You can download “103.7 The Mountain” App for your iPhone or iPod touch

•Listen live at www.kmtt.com

•Or dial in at 103.7 if you are in the Seattle area.

Thanx ibrian for this info!

Here’s a nice blog entry with pictures about the recording! (Check out Ann’s “Legalize Frostitution” button)


07 October 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Ann Wilson is still hinting at Europe 2011!

Yes, she is! In a very recent interview for Rewind 94,9 Ann said the following:

Question: You guys are gonna be in Europe next year?

Ann Wilson: Yeah next year! This year we’re gonna do Dancing with the stars and a bunch of stuff for the Grammy foundation. And a bunch of more shows like in Vegas and a round in Texas and places we haven’t been yet and that will take up the rest of this year. And then next year we’re gonna go to Europe, they say, and do a bunch of the big festivals and do a bunch of more stuff in the States. […]

Listen to the entire interview here! Thanx to Nikayla for the find!

07 October 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Billboard Update

Red Velvet Car

Red Velvet Car

“Red Velvet Car” goes from #83 to #117 in its fifth week on the Billboard album 200. On the Rock album chart it goes from #28 to # 43 in its fifth week. “Hey You” moves from #29 to #30 in its 6th week on the Adult Contemporary Radio Chart.

On FMQB.com “Hey You” moves from #6 to #7 on their Adult Contemporary Radio Chart.

05 October 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Heart roll into Street Date Studio in a “Red Velvet Car”

Tour 2010

Tour 2010

CBS.com: Say the name Heart to any fan of classic rock and immediately you’ve got a sing-along on your hands. It’s impossible to think of the band without busting into one of rock’s great power ballads. Whether it’s “Alone,” “These Dreams” or “What About Love,” Heart literally wrote the soundtrack to the American love story, and their music has helped define the sound of rock ‘n roll for over a generation. Last month they released a brand new album called Red Velvet Car featuring two hot new singles (“WTF” and “Hey You”).
Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson rode their Red Velvet Car right into the Street Date studios last month to preview songs from the new album, and treat a handful of lucky fans to some all-time hits from their treasured catalog. Click here to read the article and see all the video’s (WTF, Hey You, Dog & butterfly and more)!

Red Velvet Car

03 October 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Heart on “Dancing with the Stars”

Ann & Nancy

Ann & Nancy

From Heart’s management on their official messageboard:

BTW – did i tell you all that Heart is confirmed on Dancing with the Stars? Cheesy

details soon!

So, what do you guys think this means? A performance for sure… what song? What dance? When?

UPDATE: October 26th is the plan! And the song the show is asking for? BARRACUDA! Plus maybe one new song.


03 October 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Heart Making Successful Comeback With New Album

Red Velvet Car

Red Velvet Car

Voice Of America.com: Heart was one of the most popular rock bands of the 1980s. The group is making a successful comeback with its new album, “Red Velvet Car.
Heart’s new album, “Red Velvet Car,” entered the Billboard 200 at Number 10, and the Rock Albums chart at Number 3 to become the group’s highest debut ever.

Heart is led by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, who are now 60 and 57-years-old, respectively.  They grew up in San Diego, California, and Taiwan before settling with their family in Seattle, Washington.  Ann and Nancy began performing together in various bands in the 1960s.  They formed Heart after moving to Canada in the early-’70s.  The band’s 1976 debut album, “Dreamboat Annie,” sold more than one-million copies in the United States.
Considered pioneers for women in rock, Heart’s many hits during the 1980s included “What About Love,” “Never” and “All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You.”  They reached Number One with two songs, “These Dreams” and “Alone.”

Critical response to Heart’s new album has been universally positive.  Rolling Stone wrote, “The barracudas are back and at the top of their game.”  And, a music critic at about.com said, “In the five years that I’ve been writing these reviews, I have only given one perfect score.  I hereby award the second one to Heart for ‘Red Velvet Car.'”

Nancy wrote one track on the album as a birthday present for Ann.  It’s called “Sunflower.”

Heart appeared on the recent multi-artist Lilith Fair tour and is currently performing its own U.S. concerts to support “Red Velvet Car.”

The album’s debut single “Hey You” marks the band’s first chart hit since 2004.

30 September 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Billboard Update

Red Velvet Car

Red Velvet Car

Red Velvet Car has gone up the Billboard Rock Album chart from 30 to 28 in it’s fourth week after entering at 3, and falling to 12 and 30. On the overall Album 200 Red Velvet Car falls a little bit from 80 to 83, after entering at 10, falling to 36 and 80. For the first time “Red Velvet Car” is now selling more than the new release of the Goo Goo Dolls, which entered the BillBoard 200 the same week at number 7.

“Hey You”, the radio-single for AC, has dropped one spot on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Radio chart at number 29, after entering at 30, climbing to 28 and 26, and falling to 28. It does however have a *, which means: Titles with the greatest airplay and sales gains this week.

On FMQB.com “Hey You” falls from number 5 to number 6 on the AC chart, even as the total airplay for this song is up.